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    Just picked up a boat with a Yamaha 115 outboard jet. Checking over the motor it appears to me that the impeller liner needs to be replaced. Where in anchorage can I buy a new liner and what should I expect to pay?
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    That doesn't appear to be shot to me. I'd get the impeller as tight as I could and run it. New liners are about $70 or so. I always bought mine at Great Land Welding in Wasilla.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NORTH2AK View Post
    Just picked up a boat with a Yamaha 115 outboard jet. Checking over the motor it appears to me that the impeller liner needs to be replaced. Where in anchorage can I buy a new liner and what should I expect to pay?
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    Another option is Dewey's.

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    Are all the shims below the impeller? I use a playing card to gauge my offset. Also look over the impeller and file any rough spots.


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    Another option is to buy the assembly.
    Bought mine used too, it had well worn impeller & cone & had a bent grate bars & a chunk out of the foot.
    For me the whole assembly was cheaper than individual parts.

    http://www.boats.net/parts/search/Ya...115/parts.html

    Also I've read that stainless is a better way to go.
    More expensive but tougher.

    PS: I'd check the water pump too, if the jet is worn, good chance the water pump is close to needing replace too.
    Mine was worn thru the stainless housing, real bad. ( Mallory 9-48611 )
    http://www.marineengine.com/newparts...8V-W0078-00-00

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